Codero Offers 50% Off Servers For Year End Sale


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Finding a place to host your site is a big pain. You have to do a lot of research to find the perfect host or run the risk of having to move everything again. This is even more important when you have several sites like I do. I was in that position a few years back when I needed to get set up on a dedicated server. I found Codero, and haven’t looked back since. In fact, my server kept up with an onslaught of Digg traffic on more than one occasion, allowing me to capitalize on all the new visitors where other sites my have just crumbled and lost all that traffic. The other day, Codero sent out a press release that they’re having a server sale again. When they have a sale, they have a sale, so I thought I’d share it. This time, they’re offering up 50% off their dedicate servers in a year-end sale that I’d urge anyone in the market for a dedicated server to take advantage of.

Lenexa, Kan. – December 1, 2010 – As the year approaches its end, Codero is taking measures to assist businesses that need high-performance servers by discounting select servers by 50 percent. The price cuts have been taken in an effort to help the companies improve IT processes with an upgraded server or the purchase of multiple servers at a time of year when companies are closing out their fiscal year.

“This is the time of year businesses are looking at their bottom lines,” said Shelby Garlock, Director, Marketing for Codero. “We took deep price cuts on some of our most popular servers to help our customers keep their IT systems performing at their peak. We are glad to be able to offer this exceptional value at this time when there is a greater need for the discount.”

All servers in the Codero lineup are backed by:

• 99.9% uptime
• Experienced 24/7/365 technical support
• Helpful answers from Knowledge Base
• 100% powered green hosting
• Rewards point program
• Round the clock surveillance, security, network monitoring, and power backup systems

The basic foundation of any hosting environment is the server, but Codero also offers the ability to further customize server setups with other popular offerings including load balanced and clustered server network configurations.

For more information on the selection of servers at 50% off prices, visit www.codero.com.

About Codero

A resourceful Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider, Codero creates flexible, scalable infrastructures using dedicated and managed hosting. All Codero services and products are backed by SAS 70 Type II secure data centers, live 24/7/365 U.S.-based support and a seasoned staff with international experience in the hosting business for over 15 years. An industry innovator, Codero has a customer loyalty Rewards Program and offers green hosting from the Phoenix, Arizona data center and four points of presence. For more information about Codero, please visit www.codero.com.

If you have any questions about my hosting experience, just ask.

Codero’s Web Site Gets A Refresh


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As most of my regular readers are probably aware, JoeTech.com is hosted on a dedicated server with Codero. I’ve been with Codero since before they announced their Phoenix data center and will probably have a dedicated server there for many more years. When I learned of that data center, I was excited not only because I’d be in a local data center, but also because it reminded me that Codero is constantly working to improve on their service offerings. This week, I learned that they’ve taken another step to improve upon their customer interaction as well with a web site refresh:

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The new web site refresh is just one thing that resulted from their spending the past few months meeting with customers about what they do well and what could be done better. While I liked the old site, I’ve noticed that it’s just a little easier to shop for services and get information in general with the refresh. I’ve always liked the design, and that carries through to the latest incarnation as well. In the end, though, I’m just one person, and frankly, I already have services with Codero, so I’m curious what everyone else thinks. Here’s the questions Codero is asking on their blog.

1. What do you look for on a website when evaluating a hosting partner?

2. Do you have a checklist of things that you look for, or is it more about the overall experience?

Here’s my responses:
1. For me, I look for pricing and server stats first and foremost. In addition, I’ll look for things like customer testimonials or a client list. If I knew, for example, that a well-trafficked site was hosted on the base server plan, it builds my confidence in the product.

2. I generally have a checklist. It may just be in my head, but I know what I’m looking for and sometimes will even add to my checklist when on a site that offers information I hadn’t thought of. A great example of this is Codero’s Price Match Challenge. If you ask my wife, it’s all about the experience. She wants the information to be easy to find, and if the site doesn’t work, she’s on to the competition. The is especially true for any shopping cart experience.

What about you? What do you look for from a hosting provider’s web site?